Yusuge Garden

  • Vegan Vegan
    ( 11 reviews )

Chengdu Jinjiang Distric, Qingnian Rd 67, Sishuan Nonga Hotel, 4F, Chengdu, China

Vegan buffet restaurant serving lunch, dinner, health pots, and hot pots. Located on a pedestrian street. Open Mon-Sun 11:00am-2:30pm, 5:00pm-8:30pm.

Categories: Vegan, Chinese, Buffet

11 Reviews

First Review by Gilogie

A lot of choices buffet - Edit

Very nice and a lot of choices buffet for only 28 rmb. It’s hard to find first. But with help of comments below I can find this place. But they use a lot of oil and sometimes I think it can be cooked better.

Pros: Vegan buffet, Friendly staffs

Cons: Much of oil

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Good food, excellent prices - Edit

My vegetarian friend and I went on a trip to Chengdu and decided to check out this place after reading you could have a meal for 18rmb.
When we got to the restaurant we were a little confused about how to get to the fourth floor. Fortunately there was a lady outside handing out coupons and she took us up.
We somehow managed to only pay 8rmb per person!

Pros: A lot of choice

Cons: limited seating

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decent vegan buffet - Edit

The first place we’ve seen in China with a sign advertising vegan food and it’s clear they know what this means. It is a decent vegan buffet, plenty of options, not as tasty or good quality as wenshu monastery buffet but still good and much cheaper! Very tasty sweet sticky rice dish you can have for dessert! Previous review left instructions to find the place which helped us!
They were ha ding out money off vouchers at the door but we still paid 19 per person with the voucher which was what I was expecting anyway!

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All-you-can-eat vegan buffet near Tianfu Square - Edit

We ate lunch here at 1:00pm. It was pretty packed which is a good sign. Cashier spoke English. We paid 19 Yuan each. Food was really oily, but I guess that's what food in Sichuan is like, so not unique to this place. Great location, very close to Tianfu square. I'm new to Sichuan food, so the following might apply to the region in general: Some dishes were really good, but some were downright weird-tasting. I would eat there again. They have a lot of different choices... Three soups, and about...maybe 15 dishes. There is a sink at the entrance with soap.

Pros: Great location and good value, Many different dishes to choose from, Not expensive

Cons: Some dishes were super oily and weird tasting

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Great veg buffet - Edit

I got the dinner buffet for 28rmb (10rmb discount) with a coupon I was handed before entering the lift. Not sure how common this is, 38rmb is a little above average for these type of buffets but would still be great value.

Even though these buffets are easy to navigate with little Chinese, this place was especially foreigner friendly with an English speaking cashier and the drinks also labelled in English. The food choices are different from your typical veg buffet, and though at 6pm a few options were running out they always had staff bringing more food.

Can't say what it's like for lunch, but at dinner it wasn't as packed and crowded as these type of veg buffets can be sometimes.

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Best value restaurant in Chengdu!!! - Edit

I give it 4 stars for VALUE. I'd give it 5 but wouldn't want to mislead the public. The food was surprisingly fresh and not too oily which is so common here in China. 28 rmb for this buffet of 17 main dishes, 4 soups, fresh fruits and 3 drinks (soy milk, plum juice and wheatgrass) is just unbelievable. It's a basic serve yourself, simple tray with a plate, bowl and small dish. You fill up as many times as you like. To find it, it's in the building OPPOSITE the big Golden letters "Kowloon Plaza" on the 4th floor. The entrance is about 40 feet toward the other end of the building. See the photo of the entrance.
The nice thing here is that they had all the good veggie dishes and not the cheap stuff: Tofu, broccoli, cauliflower, sweet peas, eggplant, seaweed, mushrooms,pumpkin and a half dozen others that I don't know the names of.

Pros: Conveniently located, unbelievably inexpensive & f, While eating, a huge delivery of fresh fruits & ve

Cons: It's not a waiter-type restaurant or fancy pla

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Great buffet for big vegan eaters! - Edit

This place is very friendly and has a lot of options in their buffet. Everything from clean steamed pumpkin and white rice to VERY salty and oily fried vegan food, haha. Some of the dishes were way to salty for me, but they have a lot of more plain options as well which makes it great for everyone. There is a sign on the 4th floor of the building so when you get close just look up and you will find it. They also have a candy section of all vegan treats to purchase.

Pros: lots of options, candy store

Cons: very salty

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Busy vegan buffet for extremely good price - Edit

We went here for the lunch buffet. At 18 yuan the price for an all-you-can-eat buffet place is unbeatable! The quality is also much better than the price suggests! ;)
It is located in a pedestrian shopping street and you actually don't have to take the scary stairs others mentioned. There is an elevator leading right to the restaurant.
Inside you can choose from quite a lot of dishes. Some cold, most warm, some sweet. They don't use too much mock meat in the dishes, which I liked. Lots of different vegetable, mushroom, rice and noodle dishes. All very tasty and all vegan (we asked)!
The atmosphere is best described as crowded. Not too bad though, but expect to share your table. People are generally very friendly though, so we were perfectly ok with this.
Food was refilled very quickly. If you eat everything on your plate and don't waste food, they reward you with a 3 yuan coupon for another lunch buffet visit within a month.

I can definitely recommend this place. One of my favourites in Chengdu so far!

Pros: All vegan, Great selection and variety

Cons: A bit crowded

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Solid vegan buffet - Edit

I love this place. As an American, buffets give me reason to live (jk, sort of), and this is the only vegan buffet in Chengdu. I actually found it quite serendipitously—it’s sort of downtown, not far from some major shopping streets, and I was wandering around shopping and getting hungry… when I looked up and, much to my shock, saw the word VEGAN emblazoned on a building right in front of me! How rare (in Chengdu, at least)!

You have to climb up a slightly sketchy-seeming staircase several floors to find it—the last time I was there the staircase itself was under construction and all torn up with the lights off, but the buffet was still open. That’s just China for you.

The prices are very reasonable for a buffet, and the selection of food is quite good. It’s not the biggest buffet I’ve ever been to, but there’s plenty to keep you satisfied and coming back for more. Beware of the squiggly light green vegetable (fruit? they serve it cooked) that looks a little like lumpy oversized celery—it’s called a bitter melon and it’s the only food in China I have spat back out. The dishes are all fully vegan, and 90% of them are delicious (sometimes on the oily side, though, like most Sichuan food). They have everything from noodles and rice to main veggie dishes to unusually good mock meats to desserts and soups. My favorites are their mini-cupcakes, their cauliflower dish, their glass noodle dish, and their deep-fried mushrooms.

I haven’t tried their hotpot, so I can’t speak to it, but whenever I’m there there are more people eating the buffet than the hotpot, so that says something, I think. Choose the buffet and you won't be disappointed.

If you’re looking for a filling but casual meal, I definitely recommend this restaurant!

Pros: it's a buffet, very good food, good value for your money

Cons: no alcohol

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The hot pot might be better... - Edit

Located on the 4th floor of a very creepy building. Buffet was ok. Good to try different dishes but nothing more.

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A very nice vegan buffet - Edit

I enjoyed so much the vegan food. There is so many different dish to taste, food that I never tried. In general, I almost dont eat sweet vegan food cause it is not easy to find, and there, there was quiet a lot to taste.
I didn't try the hot pot but, once again, there is a lot of choices.
They also sell vegan food like bread, different tofu cooked, cookies and more...

Pros: good value, friendly staff who speak English

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